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The market for collectible guitars remains ever-changing, and the 2011 edition of The Official Vintage Guitar Price Guide is the latest volume of this critical research tool for guitar collectors, whether they're casual weekend pickers or full-time professionals. The Guide, now in its 20th year, is still the only book that lists values derived from comprehensive market research and realistic, hard-nosed analysis. As always, you can rely on the The 2011 Guide to help determine the value of your vintage and collectible instruments.

With more than 1,400 photos, information on more than 1,900 brands, and more than 140,000 copies sold, The Guide not only includes historical data, it is the only book that lists values derived from comprehensive research and hard-nosed, realistic market analysis on thousands of vintage and recent-model guitars, amps, basses, effects pedals, mandolins, lap steels, and ukuleles. You can rely on The Guide to help determine the value of your prized vintage or collectible instrument. The Official Vintage Guitar Price Guide is still the hands-down leader.

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Joe Bonamassa

"The Official Vintage Guitar Price Guide is the vintage-guitar buyer's Rosetta Stone. Read it, cherish it, and never leave home without it - and a pocket full of money!" - Joe Bonamassa

Dave Rogers "The Official Vintage Guitar Price Guide is an invaluable resource in our business, and serves as our go-to on a daily basis for fair and current pricing. It ensures we can give customers information with accuracy and integrity in a complex market." - Dave Rogers, Dave's Guitars
Joe Gallenberger "The Guide is a daily resource for our guitar and amp valuations. We buy more than 3,000 guitars and amps every year, so it's hard to imagine life without it." - Joe Gallenberger, Cream City Music
Drew Berlin "I have been using the The Guide since its first edition. There's nothing more accurate or thorough - it has always been a great tool. We rely on it to gauge the market, and it covers a wide range of vintage guitars and newer guitars. The collaboration of dealers that contribute to the The Guide do the research and report market trends. It helps to be informed of the value of cherished guitars" - Drew Berlin, Guitar Center, Hollywood
Les Haynie "I have been buying, selling, and trading instruments and amps for years, and I've learned to trust my knowledge and instincts. However, I always refer to The Official Vintage Guitar Price Guide to confirm or reject my opinions." - Les Haynie, Blue Moon Music

About the Authors

Alan Greenwood

Alan Greenwood

Alan Greenwood launched Vintage Guitar magazine in 1986. Vintage Guitar is the largest monthly publication for guitar collectors, enthusiasts, and dealers. He also publishes Vintage Guitar® Online at www.VintageGuitar.com, and The Official Vintage Guitar Magazine Price Guide. His collection includes several vintage instruments from the '20s to the '80s, as well as newer production and custom-made guitars and amps. He lives in Bismarck, North Dakota.
Gil Hembree

Gil Hembree

Gil Hembree began collecting guitars in 1966 while working at Kitt's Music in Washington, DC. Familiarity with the professional musicians playing on Georgetown's M-Street allowed him to dabble in early buy-sell, but his academic interest in finance led to a corporate job in Michigan. Throughout his financial career he played in bands, and searched for original-owner vintage guitars in cities like Flint, Saginaw, Bay City, Port Huron, Pontiac, Battle Creek, and Kalamazoo. In 2000, freshly retired from corporate finance, Hembree become the the co-author of the Official Vintage Guitar Price Guide. In 2007, the Hal Leonard Corp released his biography of Ted McCarty: Gibson Guitars: Ted McCarty's Golden Era: 1948 - 1966. After residing in Michigan for 35 years, Hembree and his wife, Jane, relocated to Austin, TX.

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